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knightslugger

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    knightslugger got a reaction from NoVaGuy in Why is the WAN show audio always utterly rubbish?   
    professional quality audio from a professional media creator?
     
    This isn't exactly MxR...
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    knightslugger got a reaction from LAwLz in UnRAID not picking up DHCP   
    I never figured it out, and abandoned the endeavor.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Jurrunio in Motherboard VRM Tier List v2 (currently AMD only)   
    yeah, kinda sucks. oh well wears out it wears out. i'll just buy a new one. when i'm CB20 Benchmarking, it's not hitting over 93A  4.2 All core 1.25v and VRM temps are pretty good at about 60c so there must be a halfway decent airflow across the fins. There is no workload I perform that would stress it to the point that P95 does (beside P95, what would?) so I think it's fine.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Jurrunio in Ryzen Overclock?   
    power saver?
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Radium_Angel in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
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    knightslugger got a reaction from TheKDub in New cpu failure   
    just putting it out there, wasn't correcting you or anything.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from NotSoEpicMods in New cpu failure   
    That'd be a 7700k at the very top end, Kaby Lake.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from kaiser388 in what to put on empty 2.5 drive slots   
    a 2.5 SSD?
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Medicate in what to put on empty 2.5 drive slots   
    a 2.5 SSD?
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Real_PhillBert in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Snadzies in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
  12. Funny
    knightslugger got a reaction from fpo in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Cjohns in M.2 SATA & PCIe confusion   
    The connector goes both ways. if it detects a SATA drive, it will use the sata bus. if it detects a NVMe drive, it will directly use the PCIe bus.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Fasauceome in Same cores BUT higher TDP, more heat ?   
    wrapping your head around TDP is a loosing battle. They are made up numbers based on made up numbers.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from unclewebb in Same cores BUT higher TDP, more heat ?   
    wrapping your head around TDP is a loosing battle. They are made up numbers based on made up numbers.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from vanished in Same cores BUT higher TDP, more heat ?   
    wrapping your head around TDP is a loosing battle. They are made up numbers based on made up numbers.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Firewrath9 in Same cores BUT higher TDP, more heat ?   
    wrapping your head around TDP is a loosing battle. They are made up numbers based on made up numbers.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Real_PhillBert in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
    the correct word is OBTURATE. and to be perfectly honest, it will elongate, not compress.  the bullet diameter is .268 in 6.5 carcano, and the first hole they bore in the barrel is .262-ish. when they go to cut the rifling in the barrel, that groove size from wall to wall will be .268. because the rifling is smaller than the projectile diameter, something has to give. copper and lead will yeild much sooner than steel, so the projectile will obturate into the bore.
     
    what you have to be concerned with is the actual cartridge specification. if it chambers hard, DO NOT SHOOT IT. the bolt should drop without use of excessive force (wrist pressure at most, or whatever you can muster using just your thumb). any more and you could have a head spacing issue which can cause excessive pressure and in most cases, a pierced primer sending hot gases rearward (safety glasses bro)
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    knightslugger got a reaction from atxcyclist in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
    the correct word is OBTURATE. and to be perfectly honest, it will elongate, not compress.  the bullet diameter is .268 in 6.5 carcano, and the first hole they bore in the barrel is .262-ish. when they go to cut the rifling in the barrel, that groove size from wall to wall will be .268. because the rifling is smaller than the projectile diameter, something has to give. copper and lead will yeild much sooner than steel, so the projectile will obturate into the bore.
     
    what you have to be concerned with is the actual cartridge specification. if it chambers hard, DO NOT SHOOT IT. the bolt should drop without use of excessive force (wrist pressure at most, or whatever you can muster using just your thumb). any more and you could have a head spacing issue which can cause excessive pressure and in most cases, a pierced primer sending hot gases rearward (safety glasses bro)
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    knightslugger got a reaction from george357 in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
    the correct word is OBTURATE. and to be perfectly honest, it will elongate, not compress.  the bullet diameter is .268 in 6.5 carcano, and the first hole they bore in the barrel is .262-ish. when they go to cut the rifling in the barrel, that groove size from wall to wall will be .268. because the rifling is smaller than the projectile diameter, something has to give. copper and lead will yeild much sooner than steel, so the projectile will obturate into the bore.
     
    what you have to be concerned with is the actual cartridge specification. if it chambers hard, DO NOT SHOOT IT. the bolt should drop without use of excessive force (wrist pressure at most, or whatever you can muster using just your thumb). any more and you could have a head spacing issue which can cause excessive pressure and in most cases, a pierced primer sending hot gases rearward (safety glasses bro)
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Radium_Angel in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
    the correct word is OBTURATE. and to be perfectly honest, it will elongate, not compress.  the bullet diameter is .268 in 6.5 carcano, and the first hole they bore in the barrel is .262-ish. when they go to cut the rifling in the barrel, that groove size from wall to wall will be .268. because the rifling is smaller than the projectile diameter, something has to give. copper and lead will yeild much sooner than steel, so the projectile will obturate into the bore.
     
    what you have to be concerned with is the actual cartridge specification. if it chambers hard, DO NOT SHOOT IT. the bolt should drop without use of excessive force (wrist pressure at most, or whatever you can muster using just your thumb). any more and you could have a head spacing issue which can cause excessive pressure and in most cases, a pierced primer sending hot gases rearward (safety glasses bro)
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Real_PhillBert in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
    If that sign is legit, and I were a member, i'd draw out a D60 or several and bumpfire that mother effr until I ran dry. Such rules are only made for and desired by FUDDS. I would happily self terminate my membership by such means.
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    knightslugger reacted to atxcyclist in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
    When full-on Fudds run your range. 
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    knightslugger got a reaction from fpo in Smoking Barrels - LTT's Unnofficial Gun Club!   
    Honestly i can't suggest a firearm for someone to carry. there are far too many that all have different traits that either make or break a firearm for a person. I would be remiss to say, Go buy this" or "go buy that". no no. Go TRY this. Go TRY that. Put 100 rounds through it. Pick up another one, do the same. Pay attention to the mechanics of the firearms and yourself. Figure it out DEFINITIVELY what you dislike about a particular firearm and aim to improve on that feature.
     
    You will find one that fits your personal tastes, and if it's a $1000 handgun... honestly so be it. As DJ Muggs once said, "save yo money man..." Make sure what you start liking is reliable. like DEAD reliable, cuz if you need it and it malfunctions and it's a known malfunction... you're dead. ...and not airsoft "hit!" dead either. like, DEAD dead. or worse.
     
     
    The point I'm making here is... take this endeavor very seriously. I've had to use lethal force before. It sucks, and the realization hits home fast and hard.
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    knightslugger got a reaction from Flying Sausages in Anime Club - Heaven Society   
    "content is not advertiser friendly."
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